|The Library Channel: Israeli Popular Literature - ASU Libraries|
Rachel Leket-Mor, ASU Libraries Jewish Studies Bibliographer, joins Fred and co-host Mimmo Bonanni for a fascinating discussion on the history and impact of Israeli pulp fiction. Rachel provides an overview of the 300 pulp books available from the ASU Libraries Archives and Special collections and what this unique collection of westerns, sci-fi, detective, World War II, and adventure stories reveal about Israeli culture during the 1950s and 1960s...
Keywords: asu libraries; pulp; popular literature; translation; stalags; israeli society; podcasts; arizona state university; jewish studies; sci fi; tarzan; hebrew
|Motl Didner 17December2013 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Emily F.)|
Motl Didner was interviewed by Christa Whitney on December 17, 2013 at the Association for Jewish Studies Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/tell-your-story To cite this interview: Motl Didner Oral History Interview, interviewed by Christa Whitney, Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project, Boston, Massachusetts, December 17, 2013...
Keywords: Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Motl Didner; Association for Jewish Studies conference
|David Shneer 12july2010 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center|
Professor David Shneer, Director of the Program in Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colorado, was interviewed by Emma Morgenstern on July 10, 2010, at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. Long-time faculty member of the Steiner Summer Yiddish Program at the Yiddish Book Center, Shneer received his undergraduate, M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of California at Berkeley...
Keywords: steiner internship program; yiddish; studying yiddish; gay synagogue; jewish studies; yiddish music; queer jews; torah queeries; yiddish culture in post-war germany; anti-semitism in russia; soviet jews; advice for yiddish students; yiddish speech
|Anti-Semitism, It's History and Causes By Bernard Lazare - Bernard Lazare|
Anti-Semitism, It's History and Causes By Bernard Lazare: Bernard Lazare (15 June 1865 - September 1903) was a Jewish French literary critic, scholar, political journalist, anarchist, Zionist and polemicist. As a Jewish intellectual, Bernard Lazare, in his book 'Anti-Semitism, its Causes and History', makes the rare attempt, to analyze and evaluate racism and hatred directed against Jews, from an impartial, and neutral world lens...
Keywords: anti-semitism; anti-semitic; jew; jews; judaism; racism; anti-jewish; israel; anti-semitism its history and causes; dreyfus affair; zionism; adl; israel; leo frank; Anti-Defamation League; israel; pogroms; French; France; Jews; Palestine; Jewish Studies
|Jack Kugelmass 21dec2010 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center|
Jack Kugelmass, Director of the Center for Jewish Studies and professor of Anthropology at the University of Florida, remembers his parents speaking "kitchen Yiddish," Yiddish phrases, as a child growing up in Montreal, Canada. He speaks fondly of his grandmother, who was both a Yiddish speaker and an intellectually engaged leader in his family and discusses the cultural ties between Canadian Jewry living in Montreal...
Keywords: Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; Jewish Community of Montreal; Jewish Community of Canada; University of Florida; Yiddish; Jewish Studies; Anthropology; Russia; YIVO; Jewish Academia; Jewish Deli
|Ramsay Leimenstoll - Yiddish Book Center (Allie)|
Ramsay Leimenstoll was interviewed by Emma Morgenstern on February 28, 2011 at the Yiddish Book Center. Ramsay begins her interview with a quick overview of her family’s history describing her mother as a 7th generation German and her father a 5th generation Scott. She considers herself American, and explains how she was raised in the Presbyterian church in Greensboro, North Carolina. Ramsay describes live in Greensboro rather different from what many perceive of as the South...
Keywords: Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Ramsay Leimenstoll; Western Europe; United States; Food and culinary traditions; France; freedom; religion; challah; Paris; Jewish Identity; Education; Spanish; Yiddish learning; Other languages; Education; Jewish studies; Favorite Yiddish word; Yiddish words; Paris; Geneva; chamsa
|Rachel Rojanski 17December2013 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Emily F.)|
Rachel Rojanski, Adjunct Associate Professor of Judaic Studies Judaic Studies at Brown University was interviewed by Rola Younes on December 17, 2013, at the Association for Jewish Studies Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Professor Rojanski begins the interview by sharing her family background. Her mother, from Kaunas (then the capital of Lithuania), grew up in a Yiddish and Russian speaking home before coming to Palestine in 1936, as a student of the Hebrew university...
Keywords: Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Rachel Rojanski; Association for Jewish Studies Conference; Advice; Childhood; Yiddish language; Yiddish teaching; Yiddish revival and activism; Hebrew; Books; Newspapers; Career and Professional Life; Scholarship; Academia; Israel; Zionism; Old Country; Eastern Europe; Politics and political movements; Roots/heritage; Anti-Semitism
|Andrei Orlov, Resurrection of the Fallen Adam|
Orlov, Andrei A., 1960– Resurrection of the Fallen Adam: Ascension, Transfiguration, and Deification of the Righteous in Early Jewish Mysticism / Russian State University for the Humanities; Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies; The Sector of Comparative Studies of Eastern and Western Cultures; translations from English by A. V. Markov, I. Ju. Miroshnikov, N. N. Seleznyov; edited by N. N...
Keywords: Religion; Gnosticism; Jewish Studies; Patristics; History of Religion; New Testament; History of Christianity; Liturgy; Anthropology Of Religion; Jewish Mysticism; Early Judaism (2nd Temple; Greco-Roman); Early Christianity; Qumranic Studies; Biblical Studies; Jewish History; Angelology; Demonology; Eschatology and Apocalypticism; Enoch literature; Christology; Doctrine of God; New Testament and Christian Origins; Apocrypha/Pseudepigrapha; Theosis; Old Testament Pseudepigrapha; Qumran; Resurrection; Hebrew Bible/Old Testament; Ascension; History of Judaism In Antiquity
|Israel Bartal 19Dec2011 Yiddish Book Center - yiddish Book Center (Yoshi)|
Professor Israel Bartal was interviewed by Christa Whitney on December 19, 2011 at the Association for Jewish Studies Conference in Washington, D.C. Professor Israel Bartal's interview begins with a detailed description of his lineage, including the story of his family's arrival in Palestine from small, Galician shtetls in southeastern Poland (now western Ukraine). Bartal dives deeply into his childhood, providing an elaborately detailed description of his life growing up in a Yiddish-speaking n...
Keywords: Advice; Family history and stories re. ancestors; Family history; stories about ancestors; Childhood; Yiddish language; Yiddish teaching; Yiddish learning; Career and Professional Life; Scholarship; Academia; Education; Family traditions; Jewish holidays; Israel; Zionism; Eastern Europe; Jewish community; Shtetl; Hebrew; Yiddish scene; Israel Bartal; 1930s; 1940s; 1950s; Tel Aviv; Kibbutz; Socialism; Socialist; Army; Jerusalem; Hebrew University; Six Day War; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Ramsay Leimenstoll; Western Europe; United States; Food and culinary traditions; France; freedom; religion; challah; Paris; Jewish Identity; Education; Spanish; Yiddish learning; Other languages; Education; Jewish studies; Favorite Yiddish word; Yiddish words; Paris; Geneva; chamsa
|Emma Morgenstern 22july2010 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center|
Emma Morgenstern, intern with the Yiddish Book Center's Steiner Summer Internship Program, was interviewed by Nora Feinstein on July 22, 2010 at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. The interview primarily focuses on Emma's experiences in Jewish Culture and history, including her upbringing, undergraduate education, her postgraduate experiences in oral history, and her internship at the Yiddish Book Center in 2010...
Keywords: Other Jewish languages; Yiddish language (feelings of/about, meaning, descriptions of); Eastern Europe; Scholarship; United States; Jewish community (descriptions of place and social dynamics in a particular time); Yiddish Book Center; Education; Jewish Identity; Religion and ritual; Favorite Yiddish word; Yiddish words; Yiddish language; Yiddish learning; Yiddish revival and activism; Post-vernacular uses of Yiddish; Immigration, Migration; Other languages; Career and Professional Life; Scholarship; Academia; Education; Eastern Europe; United States; Yiddish Book Center; Youth group; Transmission; Jewish community; Urban; Rural; Assimilation; Travel; Holocaust; Judaeo-Spanish; Jews of Greece; Salonica; Sephardic Jews; Thessaloniki; Pedagogy; Reconstructionist Judaism; Jewish Life; Jewish Studies; Perceptions of Yiddish; Secularism; Ladino; Westford; Massachusetts; Chelmsford; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania; Rhodes; Aegean Sea; Aaron Lansky; Beth Wagner; Jewish Community of Thessaloniki; JCT; Ladinokomunita Listserv; 2000s; 1943; 1944; 1940s
|Eugene Orenstein 26August2011 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Allie)|
Eugene Orenstein, Associate Professor Yiddish and Modern Jewish History at McGill University in Montreal, was interviewed by Pauline Katz at KlezKanada on August 26, 2011. Eugene Orenstein begins his interview with an extremely detailed account of his parents’ life in Poland. The third son of Jewish immigrants, Eugene’s memory has captured many of the stories his parents told him growing up. Eugene carefully details the stories behind both his mother and father’s life, how they were sweeth...
Keywords: Yiddish language; Jewish education; Yiddish around the world; Old Country; Eastern Europe; kheder; Yeshiva; Warsaw; Poland; roots/heritage; Social-Zionists; poverty; pogroms Immigration; Migration; World War I; New York City; Bund; United States; Anti-Semitism; Polish army; Soviet Russia; Communism; Bolsheviks; Cuba; quota system; Marxist; cooperative housing; immigrants; Bronx; New York; Jewish religion; Scholem Aleichem schools; Arbeter Ring schools; Shul Nummer Eins; Summer camp; Yiddish scene (U.S.); Camp Kinderland; History; childhood; Books; Literature; Yiddish teaching; Yiddish revival and activism; Yiddish learning; Career and Professional Life; Education; Family traditions; Canada; Assimilation; Jewish community; Transmission; Yiddish personalities; Yiddish culture: other; McGill University; Montreal; Montreal Public Library; Yiddish revival; activist; Jewish studies; advice; Scholarship; Academia; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc
|04 - Section 4 - Jewish Hebrew (New Testament) - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898 - der Karaer, Samuel ben Moses, al-Maghribi, Geschichte des Karaierthums, Ets ha-ayim, Abraham Isaac Jacob, Ahron ben Elias aus Nikomedien des Karars System der Religionsphilosophie, our crowd, Gog and Magog, Geschichte des Karaerthums, Sefer Zekher tsadikim, messianic congregation, jewish pastor, jewish christian, hebrew text, new testament, Nouveau Testament Juif Hebreu, antelman, Frankl, Pinkus Friedrich, Daniel ben Moses, al Kumisi, 9th cent; Anan ben David, fl. 8th cent; Right hand forehead, numbering, Nahawendi, Benjamin ben Moses, 9th cent; Karaites; Karaite literature, jewish life, jewish truth, objective truth, Jewish; Cairo Geniza, israel, Roman Catholic Church, RIchard Bennett, Last pope, 616, Jerusalem, International City,|
New Testament in Hebrew. This is section 4. (all sections available here). This is the version in Hebrew of 1898. This translation was the work of Salkinson and C.D. Ginsburg. It is based on the standard historic text of the Early Church. Dr. Salkinson began the translation but died in 1883. The work was continued and completed by Dr. C.D. Ginsburg, who published it in Vienna in 1886. C.D Ginsburg is recognized as one of the world-renoun scholars on the subject of Jewish texts, and particularly ...
Keywords: Jewish studies; ancient Hebrew; Ancient Israel; Tribes Israel; Lemba; Lost Tribes; Ten Tribes Israel; reform modern Judaism; Avigdor; Jacob; Frankel Faction; Brandeis; Christ and the Jewish law; Jewish Code of Jurisprudence: Talmudical Law; moise; Moses - Naville; Edouard; morgenthau; Georg Wiener; Chammurabis; Mishnah; Hammurabi and Moses; Gesenius; De Wette; Jesus Messiah; David Strauss; Moses Hess; Rabbinischen; Talmud Massecheth Synhedrin; der Israeliten; Das judische; Jewish Institute; sassoon; sasson; Yad Hachazakah of Maimonides; question juive juif; Halakhah; laws of Babylonia; armenia; armenian; ethiopian; amharic; falasha; inconvenient jews; african jewish; out of africa; number of man; amharic church; Judea; Samaria; Galilee; Bible Lands; Zola Levitt; ethiopic; ethiopien; jacob pratch; derek prince; jewish religion; transjordan; league nations mandate; Das mosaisch-talmudische Eherecht
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|03 - Section 3 - Book of Luke and more (New Testament) - Hebrew Hebreu Hebraic - 1898 - God, YHVH, JHVH, Edersheim, C.D. Ginsburg, Caldecott, Moses, King David, Ruth Tucker, Dwight Pentecost, Charles Ryrie, biola, R.A. Torrey, Scofield, Grant JEffrey, King Solomon, u-Khetuvim, semitic Islamic Eschatology; Islamic Issues; Islam; Quran; Sunnah; Hadith; Final Age; Gog; Magog; Sefer Torah ba-aruzim , amishah ,umshe Torah be-sefat Yehudit, lucien wolf, Kittel, Rudolf, Messianic Jew, Messianic congregation, targum askhenazi u-veur, Shabbateanism, Khale, Letteris, Meir, Messianic Christian, Yeshua, Yashua, Yah, Yahweh, Biblia Hebraica, Seyfer Breyshes, Shmoys VayikÌ£ro, Seyfer Bamidbor, Dvorim, Erets Yisrael ba-Midrash ve-Talmud, early religion of Israel, Rabbinic Bible|
03 - This is the New Testament book of Luke (and other books) in Hebrew. This is the version of 1898. This translation was the work of Salkinson and C.D. Ginsburg. It is based on the standard historic text of the Early Church. Salkinson's other work was his Hebrew translation of the Greek New Testament under the title Ha 'Brith-ha'Chadashah (The New Covenant).Dr. Salkinson died in 1883, but the work was continued and completed by Dr...
Keywords: New Testament in the Hebrew language; Book of Mathew Marc Luke John in Hebrew; Hebreu; Second Temple; Third Temple; First Temple; Temple Mount Faithful; A7; Arutz sheva; Tovia; Ehud Barak; Netanyahu; Golda Meir; Begin; Dome of the Rock; Left; Hebrew language studies; Jewish studies; Before; Latin America Jewish; Testamento en el idioma hebreo; estudios del idioma hebreo; estudios judios; estudios del Antiguo Testamento; Nuevo judio Nuevo Testamento; judios; cristianos judios mesianicos; raices judias; los semitas; The Case for God; Creator; Jesus; Let us make man in our image; Keser Torah; Margolis; Gabriel Wolf; samaritan; samaritain; kabblah; Hirsch; cabala; Kabal; synagogue; karaite; Kabbalah; turkish jewish; Ain soph; noahide; sanhedrin; oral torah; torrah; sanhedrim; jewish court; A.E. Waite; Zohar al ha-Torah; Pentateuch; occult jewish; secret teaching; oral teaching; Yesode ha-Torah; Torah; Neviim Old Testament studies; Behind; Jewish New Testament; Christian Jewish; Messianic Jewish; Jewish Roots
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|David Schlitt 20May2011 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Allie)|
David Morrill Schlitt was a 2010-2011 Yiddish Book Center Fellow. His family originally comes from Lithuania, Romania, and Moldova. They mostly immigrated to the US before World War I. David grew up in Brookline, MA, with his mother and father, both of whom have been interviewed for the Wexler Oral History Project. Jewish identity was very consciously expressed and transmitted in his household; his parents sent him to a Solomon Schechter Day School, brought him to Workmen's Circle events, and ev...
Keywords: David Schlitt; Family history and stories; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish Language; Yiddish Learning; Immigration Migration and Place; Visual arts; Literature; Poetry; Scholarship; Education; Religion and Ritual; Family Traditions; Eastern Europe; United States; Politics and Political Movements; Brookline MA; Romania; Lithuania; The Simpsons; Jermy Dauber; Solomon Schecter Day School; Brookline High School; Museum of Fine Arts; Prozdor Hebrew School; Columbia University; Vilnius Yiddish Institute; YIVO Summer Program; University of Michigan; Workmen's Circle; 1980's; 1990's; 2000's; the Left; Liberal Politics; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Ramsay Leimenstoll; Western Europe; United States; Food and culinary traditions; France; freedom; religion; challah; Paris; Jewish Identity; Education; Spanish; Yiddish learning; Other languages; Education; Jewish studies; Favorite Yiddish word; Yiddish words; Paris; Geneva; chamsa